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HYUNDAI XG300 DTC CODE PO446 - 2001 Hyundai XG300

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1bd6158.jpg Here's a photo - remove cap, disconnect connector to bulb, move bulb retainer out of the way & extract bulb - installation of new bulb is in reverse order.
If you want to replace the entire ASSEMBLY, there are three (3) 10mm bolts holding the assy. Remove them, then slide assy forward to access connectors - disconnect them.



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your post is fairly vague...
a P0446 can be caused by many things including but not limited to a defective gas cap

to diagnose you need a factory scanner and a "smoke machine"

with these two you can control the system and fill it with smoke to find the source of the leak

the reasoning for this testing method is because the size of the hole you are looking for in the EVAP system is about the size of a pin tip

as for the air bag... do not mess with it...seek professional assistance because static electricity can deploy the bags

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Hi, Lou. Where are you getting all these cars? Have you opened a shop or something?
Anyway, what you're looking for is a leak somewhere downstream of the mass airflow sensor. It could be a tear in the boot leading to the throttle body, a leak in something attached to the intake manifold (like a torn brake booster diaphram), a loose or cracked vacuum hose, or leaks in the intake manifold gaskets. When both banks code like this, one less suspects the gaskets, but you should check them anyway. With the engine running, spray carb cleaner on the gaskets. If the engine speed changes, you have a leak.

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Codes po 123 po335 po446


Code 123 is a problem with the throttle position sensor circuit.
Code 335 is a problem with the crank position sensor circuit.
And code 446 is for a EVAP control valve problem.
These components would need to be tested to find out if they are faulty.

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2001 hyundai xg300. Driving on hiway, car makes a bang sound, rpms go up, check engine light comes on, P1159


Have someone rescan the computer wiyh a good scan tool, p1159 is not a good code for a 2001 xg300,

Sep 02, 2010 | 2001 Hyundai XG300

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My Hyundai xg300 downshifts from 5th gear into 3rd gear. We have changed the mass air flow sensor and some other sensor that is attached to the transmission. We never wash the engine so it's not water on...


Yeah... why did you change the MAF?... Someone tell you the MAF caused your transmission to shift from 5th to 3rd?... I don't think so!
Did the 'Check Engine' Light come ON? Whenever the 'CHECK ENGINE' light comes on, the ECU (Engine Control Unit) sets a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC). These codes identify the particular engine management system which caused the light to come on. You'll need to use/find an OBDII (On-Board Diagnostic) Scanner to retrieve any code which have been stored in the ECU computer. Afterward, we might be able to help you DIAGNOSE and perhaps eventually fix the problem.

Aug 01, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai XG300

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Xg300 failing ran diagnostics and ...


I'm a Platinum Certified Hyundai Technician. Low RPM and Limp Home are always accompanied by each other. Throttle body cleaning FIRST - see what that does. ETS motor not probable, crank position sensor (maybe, because engine stops).. if crank position sensor, there's usually a diagnistic trouble code which identifies it. Clean the throttle body first... then see what happens.

May 23, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai XG300

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Error code 1159 told by the dealer it needs a part that cost over $500


The 3.0L and 3.5L engines in the XG300, XG350 and Santa Fe incorporate a Variable Induction System (VIS). The VIS is a secondary set of throttle plates in the upper intake plenum used to increase low end torque while maintaining high rpm performance. The Powertrain Control Module (PCM) uses a Variable Intake Motor (VIM) to control the opening and closing of the additional throttle plates called the Intake Control Valve (ICV).
At low rpm the (ICV) is closed and, as rpm increases, it is opened a specified amount for optimum airflow.
A VIS system condition is not likely to affect drivability, however, a diagnostic trouble code (DTC) may set. The DTC for the VIS system is P1159 (Variable Intake Target Position). The PCM controls the desired valve position and when the feedback of the
valve position does not correlate with the requested position this code is set. This DTC will not turn the check engine lamp on, however the code will remain in memory.
NOTE: P1159 has been changed to P2015 for the 2005MY.
Please refer to DTC P2015 in the 2005 Shop Manual for further diagnostic information on P1159. (XG350: page FL-555) (Santa Fe: page FL-633)
DTC DETECTING CONDITION:
ITEM DETECTING CONDITION POSSIBLE CAUSE
DTC Strategy Target position monitoring • Poor connection
• Open or short to battery
in harness
• VIS Motor or VIS Motor
Rotation Sensor
• PCM
Enable Condition Engine speed > 3750 rpm
Threshold Value Unable to obtain target value
Diagnosis Time Unable to obtain target position 4 times
MIL On Condition N/A

The VIM is not available as a separate unit from the upper plenum if replacement is needed, therefore the entire plenum assembly must be replaced.
NOTE: With the intake plenum removed, inspect the gear on the VIM to see if it has stripped. Carefully inspect the throttle plate retaining screws that attach the plates to the VIS shaft. If any of the screws are missing (2 screws per throttle plate) inspect for engine damage.
Once the intake replacement is completed (see appropriate Shop Manual for the vehicle you are working on) the Electronic Throttle Position System (ETS) should be re-initialized by turing the ignition key On and Off within 1 second. Then, wait 30 seconds before starting the vehicle. Refer to TSB 05-36-002 for the complete ETS
initialization procedure.

May 08, 2009 | 2001 Hyundai XG300

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